It was my first day in Prague and earlier I had some pasta and wine before relaxing at the beer spa. Now it was time for dinner before heading back to the apartment. I wandered the area to find a place to eat. I gotta say, it didn’t take me very long to fall in love with Czech Republic’s capital city.
While walking around, I noticed Kitchen Ramen Bar. I’m always down for Japanese food and it was prefect ramen weather, so I sat at one of the small tables near the bar.
With the rainy weather and after soaking in beer, I was pretty excited for a hot bowl of ramen. I began with their homemade lemonade.
I’m a sucker for chicken karaage and always seem to order it when I see it on a menu. The chicken is marinated in sake, soy sauce, and ginger before its breaded and fried.
I decided to get the Hakata Tonkotsu Ramen which is made with a pork stock and contains pork chashu, bamboo, leeks, kikurage (Wood Ear mushroom), nori, egg, black oil, and red ginger.
The broth was alright and the noodles were decent. I wasn’t expecting amazing ramen in a touristy area of Prague, but it wasn’t bad.
My ramen dinner was just fine and I was full. I did enjoy the karaage and lemonade very much. It was time to walk back to the apartment and rest up for the following day. I couldn’t wait to tour the city!
Kitchen Ramen Bar
28. října 9
Prague 1, Czech Republic
+420 724 704 444